‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel ‘House of Dragons’ Looks Astonishing

 ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel ‘House of Dragons’ Looks Astonishing 

For the record, “House of the Dragon,” is a prequel to “Game of Thrones” that takes place 300 years before the incidents portrayed in GOT, is the only byproduct that is real so far. HBO and HBO Max content chief Casey Bloys told the media that he has been astounded by the larger number of fans and people who believe that multiple projects are going on with relation to “GOT” which could be active in production. 

“Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin has been helping to supervise the development process on at least six other projects, which includes an animated series. “House of the Dragon is the only one in filming,” Says Bloys. “All the other projects are in different stages of production. Fans/people may think we have 10 series filming at the moment. There’s one that will drop and will be on the air in 2022. We’ll see how the other scripts come across.” He added.

“House of the Dragon” is now filming In England confirmed by reliable sources and is led by executive producers Ryan J.Condal and Miguel Sapochnik, a “GOT” alum, will be showrunners along with Martin, Ron Schmidt, Sara Lee Hess, and Vince Gerardis. Casey Bloys wasn’t giving out any hints or spoilers but he said he likes what he’s seen of the dailies as yet. “The cast that Miguel Sapochinik and Ryan have assembled looks promising,” he said. “It looks spectacular”.

This film is based on Martin’s novel “Fire & Blood,” an associating to the “Song of Ice and Fire” novels that were the very basis for “GOT.” The prequel will be followed by the Dance of the Dragons, the Targaryen civil war siblings Rhaenyra and Aegon 2nd, who brawl for the throne after the death of their only father Viserys 1st.

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